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steph curry falls down and grabs his leg. >> the warriors win and lose. steph curry goes down with a knee injury. what is next for the mvp and what his teammates teammates and coach are saying about his injury. >> we are not quitting. >> vow not to eat till changes are made. a group of protesters carries out a hunger strike outside the
san francisco police department. >> and video as firefighters go inside the building, what officials have learned about the blaze. >> the ktvu fox 2 news 10:00 p.m. news. warriors won game four against the rockets and lost steph curry. he took a fall and did not return to the game. joe fonzi with highlights and more. >> you can still be the best team in the league but there is no coronation when it comes to the playoffs and who wins the championship. two starry lines for the warriors playoff series with the rockets. steph curry injured his knee. the other how his teammates responded to his absence. a ragged first half. steph curry clipped on a wet
spot on the floor. for a week it was about the ankle in game one of the series and now his knee. he returned to the floor for the second half but it was determined he couldn't play. the most valuable player out of the line up, teammates responded by scoring 41 points in the third quarter and taking control of the game and the series. 121-94 was the final score. now it is a waiting game. >> tried to move on it. it wasn't right. he still wanted to play. and we wouldn't let him. you saw, he was very, very upset. i feel awful for him. hopefully he will be okay. we don't know. but i feel so bad for him. he has been healthy all year long and all of a sudden the playoffs start and a couple fluke things. feel bad for him but we have to move on. >> the warriors have no player
volleyball for the media -- availability for the media tomorrow but he will undergo a mri and game 5 of the series with houston wednesday night back in oakland. >> the mri could go from one extreme to the other. he could be okay or out for the rest of the season. >> yeah. anything is speculation. but you could go the gamut and i think the main thing they would like to do is being in a situation where he needs rest, wrap up at home on wednesday and then sit around and hope the series they are waiting for goes the full 7 and they get rest -- [ talking at the same time ] >> that would be the best scenario. >> thank you. new at 10:00 p.m. tonight firefighters, a firefighter's helmet came takes us inside to see the fire fight. showing the view of a firefighter who arrived at the scene in downtown. the fire broke out around 1:00
p.m. this afternoon that washington house on first street. now at first firefighters couldn't locate the fire but take a lesson when they found had -- listen when they found the hitten flame. -- hidden flame. . >> fire. fire. >> firefighters say the fire was in an area between the first and second floors and in the attic. several agencies responded. good news is, no one was hurt. officials are looking at changes to the building's construction as they investigate. you might have noticed it was breezy. in fact very windy. meteorologist mark tamayo strong gusts at sfo. >> sfo and near the coast line as well. winds ramping up. interesting weather pattern with showers and thunderstorms to the east of the bay area. and on the back side of the pressure system we have the winds picking up.
strong enough that we have a wind advisory in place for the bay area. in place till midnight. two more hours. in play as you can see for the areas in blue. the coast and for the bay shoreline as you can pick out. oakland, hayward, fremont. live camera towards oakland. the flag still getting a work out out there. gusty conditions for tonight and into your monday morning. the over all weather picture. you can see the winds. showers and thunderstorms to the east and we will trace in the over all flow moving from this direction here. in place today and breezy conditions for tomorrow as well. in fact we are tracking thunderstorms to the north of sacramento and the foothills. the wind speeds out there. they backed off towards conrecord and fairfield. gusty condition -- contoward and fairfield. -- conquered and fairfield.
gusty conditions. 54 miles per hour. right now 41 miles per hour. blustery conditions for tonight. and a few changes for tomorrow and possibly rain clouds in the long range forecast. we will have more on that coming up. >> thank you very much. two san francisco police officers hurt today when their patrol car was struck by an suv about 5:30 p.m. this evening in the bay view neighborhood. the suv driver stayed at the scene and is cooperating with the police. the officers went to the hospital with non-life- threatening non-life- threatening injuries. san jose police are investigating a double homicide. investigators were culled in the every -- called to the ever green neighborhood where they found had bodies of a man -- the bodies of a man and a woman. no word on theioids or a motive. hid -- on theirioids or a
motive. -- their i'd or a motive. -- identities or a motive. a victim was rushed to the hospital where she was pronounced dead. police are looking for a jeep with a black top, lift and large tires and damage to the front passenger side fender. transient is behind bars tonight in a disturbing case. the 30-year-old was taken into custody this morning. a 17-year-old girl had called 911 to tell authorities he raped her and then left with their baby. 3:30 a.m. this morning an officer spotted him walking. but there was no sign of the baby. after a chase he was arrested. he told police he left the baby in a nearby yard. after a two hour search the baby was located in a
residence. female kidnapping victim was rescued but only after a chase that took police through several east bay cities. it started in richmond. when a deputy spotted the driver. and tried to pull him over. the driver refused to stop and the deputies noticed the female passenger was upset and the chase continued. he stopped and took off on foot. a police dog tracked down the suspect and he was taken into custody. authoritiesare not identifying him but he -- authorities are not identifying him but he was already facing charges in another case. rescue crews did everything they could to save the life of a horse that fell down a hill and became trappedane tree. officials -- trapped in a tree. officials spent several hours trying to save the horse but her injuries were too significant to recover and the animal had to be pult down.
>> it was -- put down. >> it was deemed by the vets that the best course of action would be euthanasia due to injuries during the fall. >> she was with her owner to ride in the sky line park trails in napa when she slipped off the road. #justice. the impact of social media on the jury system. and the potential fines for those caught posting about cases. >> lab technicians working to solve cases get a look inside the crime lab at 10:30 p.m. and presidential candidates shift their focus to 5 eastern states. the 10:00 p.m. news continues in just 90 seconds.
a hunger strike to protest san francisco police shootings has grown to 7 people. for most of them tomorrow will be a fifth day without any foot. ktvu's debora villalon is live at the mission police station where the strike has taken over the sidewalk. >> reporter: it started with five people who arrived here at the police station thursday morning and started their liquid fast. and they say they have no plans to eat or leave anytime soon.
[ indiscernible ] >> reporter: police critics have been make a lot of noise in san francisco in recent months and now they are rallying behind a new strategy. >> feeling the effects but i am holding up. >> reporter: several days without food. there is fatigue, confusion, cramps, headache. but the strikers are bolstered by supporters. [ indiscernible ] >> we feel good because there is a lot of love. getting a lot of love in the city and that is holding us up. >> the idea came from a woman who runs a pre-school in the mission. >> our community -- the community, the black and brown community has been abused by the police and this has to
stop. prop testers point to four fating officer involved shootings. most of their anger centers on the police chief. >> chief has to go. he needs to be fired or needs be resign. >> reporter: they vow not to eat till that happens. >> this is the ultimate sacrifice. >> this is serious. we are putting our life on the line. >> reporter: he is a candidate for supervisor. >> protest, town halls, city hall meetings. they don't work. >> reporter: this police station operates around it. the strikers come in for the rest rooms but otherwise stay outside. passersby navigate around their camp. two women joined the group. >> for as long as it takes. >> reporter: they admit going
without food is tough. >> yesterday was challenging. >> just be here for as long as we need to be here. >> reporter: they say a few of them collapsed but recovered. >> we care about this. so we are not going to stop. >> reporter: they hope their action triggers dialogue and soon. >> come talk to us. come see us. are you a cowered? >> reporter: the department is rewriting its policies on use of forth and there is talk -- force and there is talk of tasers for officers. the changes are not enough for this group of protesters. >> they are outside the front doors of the station. have officers had any discussions with them? >> reporter: well, the captain has come out and met with them and that has been cordial. he had concerns about blocking the sidewalks, because you can see they are sleeping here.
they are here 24/7 he wants to make sure it stays clear. other than that no statements from police about this. he said he has no plans to leave his job. he wants to see the reforms through. >> debora villalon, thank you. the race for the white house and the remaining five candidates are stumping hard ahead of five primaries on tuesday. john roberts reports. >> reporter: the 2016 presidential candidates are campaigning hard throughout the east. >> i would hope that rhode island adds its name to the other 16 states and say we are going to go forward with a political revolution. >> i like us to get back to the economic policies. >> reporter: with a handful of states on the calendar presidential candidates are scrambling to collect enough delegates to become the
nominee. 1237 are needed to clinch the republican nomination. republican presidential candidate donald trump is less than 400 shy of hitting the mark. 2,338 for the democrats. hillary clinton maintains a lead with 1428. but this could change tuesday when voters in pennsylvania, colorado, rhode island, maryland and delaware go to the polls. donald trump remains confident saying his rivals won't win. >> they are both gone. they can't win. but on tuesday, on tuesday i am expected to win all five. >> reporter: during a town hall in philadelphia sunday john kasich and ted cruz showed no signs of slowing down in their race for the white house. >> i have a record of bringing people together. creating economic growth and making sure economic growth is
not an end. >> i couldn't be more encouraged in pennsylvania, maryland, across the country. >> reporter: as important as the five contests tuesday are ted cruz's play is for indiana, may 3. that is where he hopes he can stop donald trump. john roberts nox fuse. president obama is wrapping up his over seas trip with a visit to germany. focused on pushing a trade agreement between the united states and europe. support has plunged in both countries. tens of thousands of protesters gathered over the weekend to express their opposition. critics argue it would favor the interest of large corporations and cause a shift of jobs to outsiders. president obama is hoping to finalize the deal before leaving office in january. >> time is not on our side.
if we don't complete negotiations this year it could mean this won't be finished for some time. >> efforts to counter isis and improve captions on counter terrorism is also on his agenda. as he leaves germany tomorrow she expected to make an announcement about a troop deployment. president obama decided to send 250 military personnel to syria to help local forces fight isis. 50 u.s. special operations forces are already operating in sierra. it is unclear how many troops are also special forces. things are back to normal in san francisco after crews filled a large sink hole. the ground gave way on sacramento treat around 5:00 p.m. thursday. crews are v been work -- have been working on it since.
road workers will be back tomorrow morning to repave the street and expect road closures through the afternoon. solar powered airplane is on the ground in mountain view. the solar impulse 2 landed after midnight. the plane is attempting to become the first to fly around the world on solar power. it started 13 months ago. the trip to hawaii took 62 hours. gusty winds today across the bay area. tonight we have a wind advisory in place at the coast and near the bay till midnight. a look that peak winds throughout the day. sfo gusts around 5:00 p.m. 58 miles per hour. point reez51 miles per hour. still -- point reyes 51 miles per hour. still gusts out there. outside right now, san jose, we
have partly cloudy skies. still some breezy conditions in conditions in conditions in the south bay as well merchandise winds tonight and tomorrow. you can see -- as well. winds tonight and tomorrow. you can see here, our weather pattern for today. also we have had storms developing to the southeast and snow showers towards the sierra and thunderstorms in the foothills. tomorrow morning, partly cloudy skies, breezy conditions. winds 15 to 25 miles per hour. and temperatures will be -- bundle up, they will be cold. napa 38 degrees. santa rosa 40. 40s across the bay area. a cool start across the region for tomorrow. and showing you this. the wind speeds, 7:00 a.m. breezes right near the immediate coast line, half moon bay. 7:00 a.m. tomorrow morning, and 3:00 p.m. winds around 30, 38 miles per
hour. by 3:00 p.m. monday afternoon. that is your monday forecast. beyond monday we are talking about shower chances in your five-day forecast. we will have more on that coming up. san diego charger fans taking a the streets. the push to keep the team in san diego and what it could mean for the raiders. >> 8 family members were executed at 4 different homes. what investigators are saying that was now found at the property of the slayings.
several emergency responders are recovering from injuries they suffered while battling a massive apartment fire in arizona. the fire broke out around 6:00 p.m. last night. investigators are shifting through the rubble looking for evidence that could pinpoint the cause. authorities say one firefighter was treated for minor burns to his hands and three officers were treated for smoke inhalation. the apartments were under construction and officials say no one lived inside. in ohio authorities said
the killings of -- 8 family members were executed at 4 different homes were planned executions and they said several marijuana growing operations were found that cream scenes. although they were not linked to the deaths. the sheriff described the law enforcement team that is searching the location for clues. >> they are going to go to the wooded areas of every scene, there is 38 members, to make sure that there is absolutely nothing that was missed or nothing of value in the woods. >> the sheriff called the shootings methodical. authorities refused to discuss many details of the crime. a special motive. weapons or the search for the asalet. the 9 -- assailants. the obama administration
will release some documents that might show saudi arabia connections to the attackers. >> the white house has been moving in this direction over the last couple weeks. a few days ago in saudi arabia he told reporters some of the classified pages would be leased. many people believe those pages into the 9/11 attacks contain evidence that members of the saudi arabia government provided aid and support to the 9/11 terrorists. they found no evidence of senior officials funding the 9/11 terrorists but that doesn't rule out lower level officials or other members of the royal family being involved. >> the most important unanswered question is did these 19 people conduct this plot alone or were they supported. i think all the evidence points to saudi arabia. >> reporter: two source tell
fox news the data draws connections between several of the hijackers and some of saudi arabia's wealthiest individuals. many current and former officials believe in the end the documents may not live up to the speculation that has grown over the last 14 years. >> the ideas of what they may have done are probably far divergent from what happened. release the 28 pages. >> reporter: growish pressure on the -- growing pressure on the white house to release the documents. the white house is expected to make its decision in the next several weeks. in washington, fox news. social media having an impact on the corts. the finds -- courts. the fines jurors could face if they go social. and a look at oakland's crime lab and the important role it
oakland's police crime lab is where cases are made that could free or convict suspects. ktvu's henry lee gives us a look inside the facility. >> reporter: drugs. guns. dna. and finger prince. they are all analyzed here at the crime lab. we got a tour of the lab downtown. >> this is where we examine physical evidence that is left behind. >> reporter: he showed us how he compared two bullets. >> when i put them side by side you can see the marks line up
or match. and this is what we do in order to determine an identification. so this is an example of two bullets from the same gun. >> reporter: they analyze evidence and testify in court. their work could send people to prison or clear the innocent. >> it could support the hypothesis the investigators have or it could show an individual who suspected of a crime is not responsible for it. either outcome to us is a certifying outcome -- satisfying outcome. it is our job to help the evidence tell its story. whatever the story is. >> reporter: henry lee, ktvu fox 2 news.
new legislation aims to impact social media on the jury system. it would authorize judges to fine jurors for posting comments about trials on social media or researching trials online. currently judges could hold jurors in contempt if they violate warnings. supporters say it would prevent mistrials and over turned convictions. opponents say it won't have a practical effect. woman who spent 16 years on the run with james whitey bulger faces sentencing this week. she is serving 8 years for helping him avoid capture. she is serving thursday for refusing to testify before a grand jury. he fled boston in 1994. they weren't captured till 2011. he was convicted in 2013 for playing a role in 11 murders.
he was sentenced to life in prison. in baltimore today demonstrators took to the streets to mark one year since the death of freddie gray. >> he died last year after his spine was broken after being transportedane police van. that raised questions about excessive force. six officers face charges in that case. >> to remember the uprising of a year ago. [ indiscernible ] >> today's rally was peaceful. it was a far cry from violent protests last year. baltimore's mayor stopped her reelection campaign amid criticism on how she handled the unrest and lawmakers passed legislation aimed at improving police accountability. gas prices are moving up with the cost of oil.
the national average for a gallon is up 8 cents over the past three weeks to $2.18. over the past 9 weeks prices jumped 41 cents. pump prices are vulnerable to fluxiations in the price of oil. in the bay area prices are also above the national average. oakland $2.77. san jose $2.78 and san francisco $2.89. in a move that could effect the raider's move to los angeles the chargers are asking for support from fans. the team brought out big names for a signature drive kickoff event this weekend in hopes of drumming up support for a new stadium there. >> the chargers pulling out the big guns. former chargers running back ladainian tomlinson trying to convince san diego to sign a
petition. >> let's build a stadium for the next 55 years. you deserve it, san diego. you deserve it. >> the chargers need 67,000 signatures to get an initiative on the november ballot. >> makes sense. right? so let's get it done. i hope i am still around to play in it. >> the proposal comes with a convention center and a new stadium. nfl commissioner roger goodel says it would be a great site for a super bowl. >> this is a great day. you see the passion of the fans. how important it is to them. it is our job to find a solution. >> reporter: chargers karim overwhelm -- chairman overwhelmed by the turn out. >> i still do. i always have. we are committed to follow it through. i am optimistic. overwhelmed today. and encouraged. but we have a ways to go. >> reporter: it would raise the
hotel room tax to 16.5%. and the naming rights go to the owners and not the city and that has her crying foul. >> i think it is troubling that we are as taxpayers going to pay that much money and we aren't getting what we would like. >> reporter: what is not going away -- [ indiscernible ] >> reporter: and a strong message. >> we belong in san diego. the chargers are a part of san diego. [ cheers and applause ] >> if the chargers decide to remain in san diego that would open the door for the raiders to move to the los angeles joining the rams. the raiders signed a deal with the coliseum to stay in oakland for one more year. it was like stepping back in time from classic bose to cars. we will -- boats to cars. we will take you there next.
vintage car fans got a chance to get up close and personal today with classics. mason street was lined with cars and drivers set to participate in the california road adventure. it -- a distance of a thousand miles. only cars manufactured between 1927 and 1957 qualify. >> cars from over seas, germany, south america, canada.
12 u.s. states and drivers from all over from connecticut to california. >> drivers won't be racing during the four day event that kicks off tomorrow. it is a fast drive. the course rolls down california back roads. fans of classic cars, trucks and planeps flocked to half moon bay for the dream machine show. ktvu's haly r shows us -- allie rasmus shows us the vehicles on display. >> reporter: they rev their engines and exhaust filled the air. boats, cars, and just about everything with a motor at the pacific coast dream machine show. thousands of people blocked to half moon bay airport to see it -- flocked to half moon bay airport to see it. >> cars. steam tractors. old engines. and it is the only show like
this in the united states. [ music playing ] >> reporter: including this farm equipment. how does it work? >> this is just a regular combustion engine. >> reporter: used as an irrigation truck in 1911. american classics. >> the car was taken apart. >> reporter: this 1962 bubble top. >> rare. >> reporter: vintage planes too. this b25 bomber first took flight during world war ii. >> carrying 3,000 pounds of bombs. >> reporter: the plane still flies in perfect condition. >> try to fly every weekend. it is a piece of history. if we hadn't won the war we would be speaking a different language. >> reporter: older than a few
of the cars on display. a festival of living history that spectators could enjoy. allie rasmus, ktvu fox 2 news. it was a windy day in half moon bay and gusty winds near the shoreline, the bay. they are not going to go away but the wind advisory till midnight tonight. a lot of shower activity to the east of the bay area and the winds here. get an idea. moving in from this direction from the north to the northwest. that flow. radar right now. interesting thunderstorms towards the east of clear lake this evening. then towards the sierra foothills. things have been quieting down over the past few hours. still a few rain showers. back here in the bay area, with the wind, temperatures feel chilly out there.
santa rosa 52. oakland 57. and san jose 53 degrees. check on the wind speeds. they backed off in a few spots, fairfield and concord. oakland 20 miles per hour. sfo wind gust, 41 miles per hour. earlier at 5:00 p.m. they had a gust of 58 miles per hour. looking out live towards the bay bridge, sunday night. gusty winds. tomorrow partly cloudy skies and breezy. and the weekend, the weekend, a warmer forecast. between now and -- monday and the weekend talking shower chances. also talking about baseball for tomorrow. giants at at&t park. partly cloudy skies for the 7:00 p.m. first pitch. temperatures on the cool side in the 50s. the area of low pressure producing winds today across the bay area. diverring towards southern nevada over the next -- tiving towards southern nevada over the next 24 hours.
partly cloudy skies. a breeze, winds 20 to 30 miles per hour near the immediate coast line. tuesday, a cold front could generate showers in the bay area. that could be on wednesday. and i think wednesday is one of the cooler days of the week. low to middle 60s throughout. forecast, tomorrow morning, 10:00 a.m., partly cloudy skies. maybe showers towards the sierra. and then into your tuesday, increasing clouds out there. wednesday, we could be talking scattered showers. even a chance of a thunderstorm for wednesday and 3:00 p.m. wednesday afternoon as well. we will keep an eye on that potential. temperatures for tomorrow, 60s to the 70s out there. santa rosa 73. brentwood 70. san jose in the upper 60s. half moon bay 61. here is your five-day forecast, still breezy conditions for your monday. increasing clouds tuesday.
scattered showers wednesday. and if you want the warmer temperatures, we will warm up by friday and into the weekend. if you are tempted to put the umbrella away, keep it around over the next few days. it could be needed by wednesday. >> thank you. a lot of concern tonight about steph curry. one of the things we will be talking about coming up. >> joe fonzi and jason applebaum have a preview coming up for 11:00 p.m. >> warriors win big but the question is steph curry's right knee and how much time he may miss. and we will hear from the team says coming up. >> bittersweet day for the warriors and fans, hundreds watched and enjoyed it had victory but fans are agonizing over the loss of steph curry.
this was an emotional day for the warriors and fans. ktvu's kristen k was at -- christien kafton was at a watch party. >> reporter: fans packed in for the next best thing for the nba casino, with everything from chants -- experience, with everything from chants to cheerleaders. fans say coming here is almost as good as watching them in person. the owner says it was a packed house. >> almost 700 people in here right now. and, you know, it creates creates an arena atmosphere which is what people really enjoy. >> reporter: fans got what they
came for. after a tie to end the first half the warriors exploded in the second half for a win. >> we will protect this house. yes. >> reporter: on everyone's mind, steph curry and his knee injuries. fans want to know how bad it is and what it will mean for the team. >> i think the warriors are always going to be a contender as long as the team stays together. i think that is what showed up in the second half. the players stepped up. >> reporter: they will play at home on wednesday. christien kafton, ktvu fox 2 news. oklahoma said good-bye to one of its most beloved firefighters. someone a lot of people might recognize. john hanson was layed to rest today. he was the most visible face during the oklahoma city bombings in 1995.
today at a church his accomplishments and kind spirit were remembered by friends and family and colleagues. he was a hero to many there and a father and a race car fan and a mentor to many young firefighters. his pastor said it was his faith that allowed him to make it through dark times and put others first. >> if you loved the man then honor him with how you live. >> he held many titles when had numerous positions but it was his time as the assistant fire chief during the bombings that many will remember and what set him apart. white caps welcomed sailors on san francisco bay today. 75 water craft registered for the event. a blessing of the fleet. and a parade of boats along the
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bay area to promote their new movie. >> this is a story about a guy that starts at his low point and fights for -- fights for something that is sacred to him. >> nothing makes sense anymore. >> are you okay? >> reporter: that is where his kitten comes in. the animal fills the hole in his heart after his girlfriend dumped him. when the cat goes missing they do whatever it takes to get the kitten back. >> we might get shot. we could die. we are walking to the wire. >> reporter: the true stars are the cats and kittens used to make the movie. there is a message, adopting cats and kittens. >> every cat is a rescue cat. some were adopted by members of the crew.
>> reporter: a non-profit shelter also benefited from the movie. it is a place where for a small donation or purchase you could hang out with cats and kittens that need a home. >> sometimes be sad or depressed. we are trying to create something fun. >> the coolest cat shelter i have seen. >> reporter: those at the shelter were happy to get the publicity. the movie opens april 29. if you want to hang out it is open 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. paul chambers, ktvu fox 2 news. college students in north carolina came together to help a wounded veteran get a new high tech wheelchair. he lost his leg in afghanistan six years ago. fraternity members raised $26,000 for a group called the
independence fund. noney will be use -- the money will be used to buy him a track chair. >> they surprised me by giving me a chair. you don't think of college boys raising funds for organizations. but they became leaders today. really set the example. >> took them 4 months to raise the money. exciting news to tell you about tonight. an expansion of ktvu fox 2 news. ktvu fox 2ktvu plus launches tomorrow. we will now be anchoring a new hour long newscast at 7:00 p.m. and you can find ktvu plus on cable channel 6 or 36. >> looking forward to it tomorrow. thank you for watching. sports wrap is coming up next. it's intelligent enough to warn of danger from virtually anywhere. it's been smashed and driven. it's perceptive enough to detect other vehicles on the road.
it will be revealed tonight. >> the warriors past that test and now it is about time, how much time till steph curry's knee is healthy. >> the long ball was the undoing of the giants. keeping them from a miami sweep. >> the a's also on the wrong end of going deep as they are cooled off this weekend in toronto. >> sports wrap is next. >> ktvu fox 2 sports wrap starts now. >> curry falls and grabs his right leg. >> the right knee extended. >> i